In celebration of my mom visiting I thought it’d be fun to explore how me being a middle child has shaped who I am today. And in particular, how it helps me in my coaching business. And how a little middle child quirks can help you grow your mom coaching biz too.
Listen in and I’ll show you the middle child way.
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Middle children tend to not be perfectionists. This one was super bang on for me growing up. And I used it against myself until I became a mom, and then an entrepreneur. If you’re going to be putting you and your offers out there you’re going to need to embrace your imperfections and take imperfection action.
Now’s the time to embrace your inner rebellious middle child. It’s takes a bit of a wild child spirit to go against others expectations and go down a less than mainstream path. So remind yourself you were born in these times for a reason. A perfect era when we have the technology and awareness to break the mold and go for your coaching biz dreams.
Go with the flow is what us middle children do. And the more simplified you can keep your coaching biz systems, messaging and offers the more you can float down this river of consistent action taking and income.
Middle children also tend to have larger social circles and thrives on friendships than their siblings. So get in the spirit of making a whole lot of new friends and make real relationships occur when you’re out there networking both online and off. Not necessarily going for those vanity metrics on social media but making real connections. This is why I like to encourage you begin with just one and get comfortable there so you understand the nuances. Then go make a big circle of friends.
We’re all about being the peace maker. But I don’t remember this as a kid to be honest. But I do that everyday in my coaching work and you do. Let’s do more of that. Being the peacemaker between our ideal clients and their fears and struggles we’re focused on helping them through. That
And if you want to work with to help you find the peace between your own struggle between being a mom coach wanting to help more moms and not knowing how to find them, it’s time to book a call with me. We’ll begin by choosing a niche, and coming up with a simple client pipeline that will invite these lucky mamas in.